U.S. Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada, the Democratic floor leader, last week got some attention for praising his colleague Rand Paul of Kentucky, a symbol of libertarian conservatism.
I continue to hear or read comments from people who obviously mis-understand the case that the Town of Pahrump has before the Nevada Supreme Court.
“To contend that the obligation imposed on the president to see the laws faithfully executed implies a power to forbid their execution is a novel construction of the Constitution, and is entirely inadmissible.”
WASHINGTON — When will the criticism of Obamacare finally end?
Pahrump has a drug problem.
Most of Nevada’s beleaguered taxpayers focus on the fact that Gov. Brian Sandoval broke his word not to raise taxes by not once, but twice raising the “temporary” tax hikes approved in 2009; taxes that were supposed to “sunset” in 2011.
The Nevada Republican Party is preparing a bid to bring the 2016 Republican National Convention to Las Vegas, and some party figures are concerned that the – how do I put this? – unconventional or non-traditional lifestyle of Nevada’s largest city could steer national GOP officials to a safer venue.
It does not matter how many children, nieces and nephews already reached the milestone. When one of them earns a driver’s license, a wave of nervously proud nausea surges. Crests of mixed emotions crash over us as we remember what we were like as newly licensed drivers. We begin to avoid eye contact with the teen, fully aware of the impending question.
WASHINGTON — Rep. Steve Stockman’s moment as a viable Senate candidate lasted exactly 13 hours 47 minutes.
WASHINGTON — The education of Barack Obama is a protracted process as he repeatedly alights upon the obvious with a sense of original discovery. In a recent MSNBC interview, he restocked his pantry of excuses for his disappointing results, announcing that “we have these big agencies, some of which are outdated, some of which are not designed properly”: